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How to be polite enough – and culturally savvy enough – to live and work in another country. You can be an ex-pat or a foreign entrepreneur with a competitive edge and a comfortable professional and social life if you become fully informed before you take that teaching gig overseas or accept an assignment to open a branch office in an unknown metropolis.

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